Next up in our series on failing Volkswagen parts, we are looking at the 2.0t TSI High Pressure Fuel Pump failure. I will be using HPFP for short. This is a failure that I was replacing regularly a few years ago. Today we don’t see the failure rate that we did, but they come in from time to time. We have had cars driven in with a bad HPFP, as well as towed in. This is a part failure that may leave you stranded. The good thing is that no top end damage is done to the engine. The BPY 2.0t is a much more catastrophic failure. I did a video on BPY Cam follower and HPFP failure if you want to learn more.
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Join me as we break down:
- What is a 2.0t TSI HPFP
- How does a 2.0t TSI HPFP work
- How does a 2.0t TSI HPFP fail
- Symptoms of a 2.0t TSI HPFP failure
- Diagnosing a bad HPFP
- Ross-Tech Wiki on Diag HPFP
- DIY video on How to replace 2.0t TSI HPFP
- HPFP for 2.0t VW and Audi
- and more
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